Pontiac G5 Master Cylinder
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About master cylinder
The master cylinder is mounted under the hood, in the front of the brake pedal. It is the initial step to producing braking force, and simultaneously controls the action of the individual brakes.
What is the purpose of master cylinder?
The master cylinder is also called as the master brake cylinder; it would convert the pressure on the brake pedal to the hydraulic pressure by feeding brake fluid into the brake circuit as well as controlling this according to the mechanical force. Master brake cylinders are utilized both in disc brakes and drum brakes.
How master cylinder works?
The brake master cylinder is mounted in front of the brake booster. The reservoir would sit on the top of the master cylinder as well as supplies it with brake fluid required to make hydraulic pressure. There are two hydraulic chambers in the master cylinder for the safety reasons. If a leak would start developing in one area of the brake system, the other chamber should remain functional for emergency purposes. When you would apply the car brake, the booster would act on the master cylinder, which would push the pistons inside. Fluid would be drawn from the cylinder’s reservoir and is pressurized. It would then flow from the outlet ports on the side of the master cylinder to the brake lines. When the fluid would go from there, it depends on the vehicle’s braking system. Some automobiles have four-wheel disc brakes, while others have discs in the front and drums in the back.